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I am trying to this: Automatically Close Purchase Order when all its tasks are Completed. I cannot touch the code directly at this moment (too many changes from front-end). So that's the LAST option I want to pursue. So, from front-end GUI, I am thinking to create an Automated Action on Task Update that runs a Server Action to do this task.
How to find if the task's project has all tasks in closed/cancelled state (or not)?
Can we modify any of these below and use them in a server action to do this?
def _task_count(self, cr, uid, ids, field_name, arg, context=None):
for tasks in self.browse(cr, uid, ids, dict(context, active_test=False)):
res[tasks.id] = len(tasks.task_ids)
ids = models.execute_kw(db, uid, password,
[[['is_company', '=', True], ['customer', '=', True]]],
[record] = models.execute_kw(db, uid, password,
'res.partner', 'read', [ids])
# count the number of fields fetched by default
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|Asked: 1/11/16, 10:55 PM|
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|Last updated: 2/24/16, 2:58 AM|